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Wild Wood Adventure, Guildford

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  • Had my son's birthday party here and it really was brilliant value for money. We've done Go Ape before but this was far superior ... Quite challenging and hard work for me but the kids sailed round an...  more »
  • This place is amazing,it pushes your boundaries up in the sky.I absolutely loved it!!The crossings are really cleverly thought out and I really liked the way they had a nextreme route and easy.These c...  more »
  • Having endured watching children tackling various types of these courses over the years, I initially thought this was a little over priced and was not particularly looking forward to it. However, the ...  more »
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  • Amazing, high wire entertainment. Good for family entertainment and lone adrenaline seekers. Staff are on hand if you get stuck and there are two different levels to try out. Find the hidden squirrel monkey in you and give it a go. Equipment and safety briefing all provided.
  • I did the kids course with our youngest grandson (8) and my husband the adult one with our other grandson (13). It was brilliant fun, staff were amazing really encouraged and helped when someone was struggling. Have to like heights but you get a real buzz when you finish
  • Omg what can I say???? Saw Wild Woods while driving through guildford back in February. Attempted to call to make a booking but could never get through. Gave up on the idea but thought to just make the journey on the off chance with the kids yesterday. After finally locating the reception (walk straight passed it 1st time) we were told we were too late to do the adult course (was 2 minutes past 4) as the computer system wouldn't allow a booking. However a wonderful guy names James came to our rescue and got us booked in. I was totally not prepared for what came next. Had I known what I had just paid to put myself through I would have definitely sat that one out. Staff were all extremely friendly and helpful. There was lots of encouragement and jovial banter which falsely lulled me into thinking it wouldn't be quite be so bad. Oh how wrong I was. Well after getting around the 1st part which was challenging enough we were greeted by the very funny and friendly Rebecca. Was so glad to see her and the sense of achievement was so overwhelming that after a quick toilet break (trust me you'll need one) stupidly I felt like some kind of super hero and made the ascent to the next level. Well let's just say it was there where I discovered the fragility of my own mortality and almost found my conversion to any faith that may get me out of there alive. Wow wow wow. Now not being one to chicken out of things easily (especially with your children ahead fearlessly rising to the challenge) I can honestly say I have no clue how I did that. My fear of heights coupled with the need to seriously not die while negotiating wobbly ropes and planks and tyres and whatever else was up there (it's all a bit fuzzy now) brought me so far out of my comfort zone it was awful. However a couple of bruises later and with very sore hands (tip as an after thought: bring some grippy gloves) we saw the lovely Rebecca again waiting for us to reach the end. My gosh the sense of achievement is so overwhelming. Felt like I was floating. Then yet again, (you'd think I'd learn right???) I ascended further up again to the zip wire. While descending down and passing the all the tree top obsticles I'd just conquered I thought to myself "BOX TICKED" (no need to do that ever again). Overall conclusion: great day out. Highly recommend. Would definitely take the kids again but next time extend invitation to wider family and friends. This would be a great activity for a larger group. Now that I'm home (safe and alive), the feeling of accomplishment has got me feeling like I might even do it again. Total laugh and the banter from staff just adds to the experience. Would give more stars as a 5/5 doesn't give it the credit it's due. Thank you James, Rebecca, Dan, Sebastian, the lovely guy at reception and the others whose names I failed to get. You were all just brilliant. Well done. Awesome experience.
  • Fantastic fun for adults & children. Walk area underneath the climbing area so those not taking part can watch their loved ones or freinds taking part. Seating for picnics, or snacks bought there, & not too expensive. Very freindly staff.
  • Absolutely amazing place, the staff are so friendly and so comforting! Highly recommend the zipline!

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